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Chris Williams

Moby ID: 124465

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Chris Williams is a digital designer based in Brisbane, Australia. He started in October 1994 at AF Design, creating 3D visualisations for TV and broadcasting media. His first work in the games industry was when he joined Kuju Entertainment in July 1996 as a senior graphic artist. After leaving the company in June 2007, he joined Blitz Games Limited in September 2007 as a senior graphic and interface designer. He stayed with the studio until June 2009 and then joined Krome Studios as a lead UI and graphic designer.

In 2011 he founded the Retrobok website dedicated to classic Reebok footwear and relocated from the UK to Australia. Recently he has worked for Crytek (2011) , SEGA Studios Australia (2011-2012) and NaturalMotion (2012-2013) designing user interfaces.

Credited on 20 games

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Ryse: Son of Rome - Legendary Edition (2014, Windows) Special Thanks
Ryse: Son of Rome (2013, Xbox One) Special Thanks
Fibble HD (2012, iPad) UI Designer
Dead to Rights: Retribution (2010, Xbox 360) Additional Art
Encleverment Experiment (2009, Xbox 360) Special Thanks to
Droplitz (2009, Windows) Special Thanks to
Bratz Girlz Really Rock (2008, Wii) Team Mercury
Nucleus (2008, PlayStation 3) Graphic Art
Tak and the Guardians of Gross (2008, PlayStation 2) Graphic and Interface Design
Sensible World of Soccer '96/'97 (2007, Xbox 360) Kuju Sheffield SWOS Xbox LIVE Arcade Team
Rail Simulator (2007, Windows) Other Contributions
Dungeons & Dragons Tactics (2007, PSP) Interface Artist
M.A.C.H.: Modified Air Combat Heroes (2007, PSP) Additional Artists
Judge Dredd (2004, J2ME) Art Robots
Lotus Challenge (2003, Windows) Original PS2 Artists
Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior (2003, PlayStation 2) Artists
Fire Blade (2002, GameCube) GUI Design
Xenocracy (1998, Windows) Artists
Tank Racer (1998, PlayStation) Lead Artist
Terracide (1997, Windows) Artists

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